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CDC Prediabetes Risk Test

This test is a printable PDF document that helps people understand their risk of having prediabetes. This test addresses prediabetes, but not diabetes.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have provided an easy test to learn risk for prediabetes.

This paper risk test is intended to determine prediabetes risk, but not overall risk for diabetes and prediabetes.

The test provides a way to determine a score, and how to interpret the score and take actions to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes, or connect to a health care provider for health screening.

To view this test, or print a copy, click here.

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